How the tables have turned: Back in our day, TSA agents were being widely condemned for what some called unnecessarily invasive pat downs, like making grandma get naked and whip out her colostomy bag. Now it seems beleaguered airline passengers are pushing back—a Florida woman was recently arrested after she grabbed a TSA supervisor to demonstrate how she felt violated by another agent. Watch out TSA: in Florida airports, passengers grope you:

Passenger Carol Price—who happens to be a former TSA agent—was on her way to her brother's funeral in Ohio when she was subjected to a patdown by a TSA agent at Southwest Florida International Airport. Her attorney says the patdown was unnecessarily invasive, and the agent groped her genitals and breasts. Price then went to complain to a supervisor—as you can see in the video above, she angrily tosses her bags down and moves her hands up the supervisor's thigh.

But her attorney insists his client was just demonstrating, and says, "She did not touch the supervisor as intrusively as she was touched." In fact, Price used to work at the airport, and she believes the excessive patdown and the charges against her stem from personal beefs from her time on the job. She faces misdemeanor battery charges, a TSA spokesperson says, "The pat down was conducted correctly in accordance with our procedures. Violence against our officers who work every day to keep the traveling public safe is unacceptable."